Community Policy & Management Team (CPMT)

Regular Meetings
9 a.m.
  • The 4th Thursday of every month
  • Powhatan County Village Building
    CSB Conference Room
    Main Floor
    Powhatan, VA 23139
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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The minimum mandatory membership should include the local agency heads or their designees from the:
  • Community Services Board (Mental Health)
  • Department of Social Services and School Division
  • Juvenile Court Services Unit
  • Local Health Department
Membership should also include:
  • One parent representative
  • Private provider representative (if a private organization or an association of providers is located within the locality)
  • At least one elected official or appointed official or his/her designee from the governing body (Reference § 2.2-5204 - Code of Virginia)
  • Committee terms are unlimited and each team member representing an agency will be appointed by the department head, who will serve as designee if they are unable to attend.
  • Parent and private provider representatives shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors and may serve as many as 2 consecutive 2 -year terms.
  • The terms for the parent representatives shall be staggered and shall expire on June 30th.
The mission of this team is to coordinate and facilitate the implementation of the Virginia Children's Services Act (CSA) and to perform a variety of duties involving supervising the institution of the policies, procedures and directives of the Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT).

  • Overseeing the State-mandated Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) process of screening, referral, service planning, and case review to ensure cost-effective and equitable service provision, including periodic review of individual case reports for compliance with state mandates and local policies and procedures
  • Sharing information and updates between inter-agency committees and the state office, including tracking legislative and regulatory changes, providing training and technical assistance to agencies, and developing procedural manuals
  • Tracking and writing reports on the children served with CSA funds, including data entry into a Management Information System, providing monthly analysis of service provision and producing quarterly State reports
  • Providing staffing assistance to the Commissioners and Director including staffing the Children Needing Extensive Services Work Group, the CSA Committee, Case Authorization Review Team and other special projects as assigned